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Collaborative Projects

  • 9-1-1 Dispatch Consolidation Plan
  • Merger/Shared Services Study of the Village of Moreland Hills, Orange Village, the City of Pepper Pike, and the Village of Woodmere  
  • North Coast Shared Services Alliance
  • Northfield-Warrensville Corridor 
    The Northfield-Warrensville Road Corridor Project will increase pedestrian and bicycle connectivity, and public transit options. It will connect neighborhoods to employment, education, health centers and existing green spaces. The Cuyahoga County Planning Commission received a $120,000.00 grant on behalf of the cities of Shaker Heights, Warrensville Heights and the villages of North Randall, and Highland Hills for the proposed Northfield-Warrensville Road Corridor (NWC) project. County Planning, Department of Development (DoD), and Department of Regional Collaboration (RC) worked alongside those communities to help facilitate healthy partnerships and seamless process.
  • JEDD 
    The JEDD will also create and retain employment opportunities for residents in both communities, which will provide an economic boost to Cuyahoga County. JEDD will allow for the Village of Walton Hills and Sagamore Hills Township to consider means to improve cost-effective governmental services within the JEDD, including the potential construction of a fire station to promote regional collaboration. The Village of Walton Hills will collect and administer the JEDD’s applicable income tax, which will provide economic growth for Cuyahoga County, and stability and cooperation for Sagamore Hills Township. The Department of Development (DoD), the Department of Regional Collaboration (RC) and County Council worked to help facilitate the partnership and move the deal through our legislative process.
  • Regional 9-1-1 Dispatch
    Through joint work between the Department of Public Safety & Justice Services (PS&JS) and the Department of Regional Collaboration, the shared service of 9-1-1 regional dispatch centers is becoming a reality. Together, we are working towards regionalizing our dispatch centers throughout the County that are equipped to meet the 21st century technological needs of emergency management services. Recently, our County-funded regional dispatch centers have earned awards and recognition for their quality of service and collaborative efforts. Below are the list of regional 9-1-1 dispatch centers and the awards that they have earned.

    Cuyahoga County PSAP Territory Listing
  • Public Works Shared Services Program
    The Public Works Shared Services Program is a free program, operated by the Cuyahoga County Department of Public Works, that will allow for municipalities to borrow service equipment from the County to address regular and emergency equipment usage. The participants will enter into agreement with the County to enroll in the Shared Services Program, which will honor pre-existing mutual aid agreements. The County will post their equipment inventory and request that participants initiate requests to borrow equipment on the free, web-based ShareOhio portal. ShareOhio is a statewide public works equipment inventory and sharing platform operated, at no charge, by the Ohio Auditor of State’s Office.
  • RNC
    The 2016 Republican National Convention, being held in Cleveland, is a collaborative effort between government, private and non-profit partners. The County is honored to aid the City of Cleveland, Destination Cleveland and others in the planning process towards making this event a historic success. This event will be one of the largest media events in the world, and the County will work towards fostering strong partnerships with the RNC Planning Committee as well as the Department of Regional Collaboration looking to engage all 59 municipalities for a positive regional impact.